Apanema Mindfulness Wellbeing Therapies

Massage Den

Massage – the oldest documented form of medical care. Apanema Mindfulness’ massage corner provides the ideal atmosphere where experienced masseur Christian performs carefully selected therapies. Apanema therapies are, of course not limited to massage…

Therapies only upon appointment. Appointments can be made online through apanemamindfulness.com or upon arrival directly with Apanema massuers.


The Pool

Twelve months a year, the Apanema Mindfulness pool is temperature controlled enabling our villa guests to enjoy the natural effect of water, whatever the weather may be like.

Outdoor Sauna

The Apanema Bastu, or Swedish sauna strategically placed outdoors within the premises, allowing immediate access to the heated swimming pool or massage tables. Sauna use is free for Apanema Mindfulness Villa guests.

Non residents are always welcome, subject to availability and appointment.

Apanema Mindfulness Zen

The meaning is to let go, release and to calm the monkey mind. In the garden there is a deck for practicing Yoga, Tai Ji, Qi Gong, Pilates – any mindfulness training you choose to perform – either in complete solitude, or with assistance of an Apanema Mindfulness instructor.

Hatha Yoga

LeeAnn, is a teacher of classical Hatha Yoga and offers pleasant yoga practice at Apanema.

Yoga practice can reduce stress, release trapped energies, alleviate body tension, and change the state of consciousness.

Phone Number: +972523979011


Swedish massage

Swedish massage is a gentle massage that focuses on the surface layers of the muscles. The technique increases blood flow and lymph drainage, promotes relaxation by releasing muscle tension.
Swedish massage its better suited for people looking for relaxation and tension relief.

Deep Tissue massage

Deep tissue is an intense massage technique that uses firm pressure to massage deep layers of muscle and fascia. Ιncreased pressure is very effective in releaving chronic pain and stress, can help break up scar tissue by improving lymphatic circulation and drainage to improve flexibility and range of motion in the area of the scar tissue.

Face & Head massage

As the name suggests, Head/Facial Massage is the use of a massage technique on the face, scalp and neck area. It enhances blood circulation, and helps relax the muscles in the head and neck, areas that muscle tension can lead to migraines. It rejuvenates the skin, slowing down ageing.

Apanama Mindfulness Recommends:
Combine any massage with an aromatherapy session !

More Apanema Wellness

Aromatherapy is an art – an aesthetic healing art.

This complementary healing method known more than 6,000 years uses essential oils from plants (flowers, herbs, or trees) for health and wellbeing. Essential oil molecules are so small that when applied to the skin; they are able to pass through the outer layer of skin, the stratum corneum. From here the essential oil molecule passes through the dermis, into the capillaries, and into the bloodstream boosting your self-healing ability

Cupping has been used for centuries among both Eastern and Western-based health care practitioners. One of the oldest medical texts to mention cupping therapy is Eber’s papyrus (1550 B.C.) from Ancient Egypt, though cupping is a part of many ancient healing systems, including Chinese, Greek, Korean, and Tibetan. Myofascial release cupping can be used as a stand alone treatment or integrated into the typical remedial treatment with manual techniques that include myofascial release, trigger point therapy, soft tissue release.

A trigger point is a pressure-sensitive area in the muscle that is frequently linked with pain and stiffness. Trigger points can be extremely painful, limiting your range of motion and making it difficult to do your daily activities. There is no single type of massage labeled a “trigger point massage,” a massage therapist can use a number of different techniques to loosen these knots, including myofascial release and deep tissue

A therapeutic and meditative experience whereby you “bathe” in the sounds and vibrations produced by different instruments such as gongs, tuning forks, and crystal bowls. Through these sounds and vibrations, your mind enters a meditative and relaxed state. This brings about healing at mental, emotional, and physical levels.